News of the San Gabriel Valley since 1966.

Diamond Doings

by Joe Torosian

Arroyo’s Randy Twist has his Knights right in the Mission Valley League mix.

Sport Staff

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.

Email This Story

It’s a Twister
Head Coach Randy Twist and his Arroyo baseball team has run off a five game winning streak and handed Rosmead its first Mission Valley League loss last week with a 4-3 victory.
Keeping Pace
The Baldwin Park Braves have won four games in a row thanks to the solid pitching of Jordan Palacio and the hitting of Christian Barraza.
On The Flipside
The Monrovia Wildcats have lost three in a row and fallen from first to second. Dave Moore and Brad Blackmore’s team will look to right things today at home against Temple City. The Rams have lost three of their last four Rio Hondo League games and have gone from being tied for first to third place.
The Good Ship Alhambra
Not only has a 17-3 record, but they are also 11-0 in Almont League play. In twenty games this season, the Moors pitching staff has only allowed 34 runs. In league play head coach Steve Gewecke’s hurlers have only given up 10 runs.
Hot, Hot, Hot!
The Arroyo Knights have not lost a game since falling to South El Monte, 5-3, on April 2. Currently they are riding a seven game winning streak and are just one game out of first place in the Mission Valley League.
Arroyo One More Time
Over 60 high schools are in CIF’s Division IV, and the Knights lead them all in runs scored with 121. Next closest local team? South El Monte with 99. They are also tied with three other schools of the division lead in home runs with 22.
So So Cold
The Rosemead Panthers have lost 18 consecutive games.
Fanning The Flames
Monrovia pitcher Adrienne Guerra in 107 innings of work has struck out 157 batters
Speaking of Monrovia
Wildcats center fielder/shortstop Elise McCarthy has an on base percentage of .697 That means McCarthy is getting on base seven out of every 10 times she comes to the plate. For perspective Ty Cobb, considered the greatest hitter in baseball history, had a career batting average of .366 and a .433 on base percentage.

Print Friendly

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.


News of the San Gabriel Valley since 1966.
Diamond Doings